Is it a bad thing to leave links blank, or does it hurt your page? Where do you get your links from?
If you have an empty link capsule them get rid of it. If you have a capsule find a relative site out there and "copy and paste" the URL into your capsule.
by lndnkiwi 8 years ago
I have just started so am a real rookie....I cannot enter my saved links into the link box under my text when writing an article.I have publised one articla where the link was added but when I ty and add my new links to a new hub, nothing happens.Can someone tell me what I am doing wrong...
by Brian Leekley 4 years ago
If this is not the correct place to ask my questions, please let me know where to go on HubPages, or if I should send an email to the people running HubPages.A few months ago an expert hubber with lots of experience and success for a time offered free critiques of hubs in one of the forums. I asked...
by Cameron Corniuk 10 years ago
I have relatively simple question.I was preparing a new blog and wanted to add some links into the main article. I tried using simple HTML <a href="url>name</a> to add the links, but then the code showed as well. For editing at home, using NotePad or Word, is there some...
by knolyourself 10 years ago
I give up. Can't put links into a hub. Can someone help. The little linkything does not work unless you highlight something. So I highlightthe link word I am going to use, and the linky thing works. So click,put the url in, open in new, then title or not don't matter, then insertand it doesn't...
by Whitney 8 years ago
I know it's been asked before. I've even asked it before. But is there a better and easier way to bring in links to a link capsule from another hub. It'd make linking series so much easier. I spent about 2 hours yesterday linking an old series that I have together. It included about 20 or so hubs...
by Tricia Lee 9 years ago
I'm having a hard time understanding links and how to place them in my hubs. Also, when and how do I link my hubs? Do you know of an info site, that's in plain English?
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